Taking its name from the famous studio in Nashville where it was recorded, Dan Sultan's new album 'Blackbird' marks a fresh start for the Melbourne artist.
Announced last October, Kate Miller-Heidke’s O Vertigo! Tour, named after her forthcoming first independently released album out March 14th, has received overwhelming interest from her fans, writes Meaghan Weiley.
Team Groovin the Moo is in the highest of spirits, welcoming a new bunch of artists to take part in the regional Australian festival fun, writes Meaghan Weiley.
Meaghan Weiley reviews the In Hearts Wake gig at the Boambee Community Centre, Coffs Harbour. And you know what's lovely? Seeing the band playing some outdoor cricket with some of the teens that have turned up for the show.
“Evocative”, “wrought with emotion” and “deeply soulful” are just a few adjectives used by the international media to describe the classical album, Winter Morning Walks, by composer María Schneider, featuring the voice of soprano, Dawn Upshaw, and music by the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Homegrown talent Boy & Bear are thrilled to inform their fans of an extensive thirty-date regional tour of Australia - kicking off in Mackawy and finishing off in Dubbo, writes Meaghan Weiley.
This week sees Perth based heavy hitters Karnivool team up with Brisbane mates Dead Letter Circus for an unforgettable live experience as they hit the road as a team for the first time on their Polymorphism Tour.
From Friday 14 to Sunday 16 February 2014, the Riverboats Music Festival returns to the banks of the mighty Murray River at Echuca‐Moama for three laid-back days and three rockin’ nights of Australian musical talent.
Indulge yourself in the stars of modern progressive music when Karnivool kick off 2014 with the Polymorphism Tour, tying in a few regional dates along the way. The band has just played a string of major European shows, including the infamous Download Festival in England. Meaghan Weiley reports.
Australian musicians and bands are riding a wave of success on the world stage and, as the northern hemisphere summer comes to a close, we’re seeing the best exports coming home to attend the ARIA Awards, our biggest celebration of the best Aussie music.
The J Awards are triple j’s annual celebration of the outstanding talent in the Australian music scene. Now, after months of judging, the winners have been announced – and they’re champion.
Located in the forests of North-Eastern Tasmania, A Festival Called Panama is a unique music and arts experience to be held over two days in March 2014. This new festival will feature a select line up of Australian and International bands, with sideshows of hard vinyl soul club DJs and world-class pop-up cabarets.